Play Your Favorite Songs with Jair Player
Those still in school are undoubtedly starting to gear up for Summer Break. This additional free time undoubtedly brings with it the chance to do activities you’ve pushed aside such as listening to your favorite tunes. And to do this optimally, you need a good looking, intuitive, and powerful music player.
Not too long ago, XDA Senior Member Akshay (Aky) released an easy-to-use and free music player called Jair Player. Jair can play most popular audio formats, be controlled straight from your lock screen, and even scrobble your tracks with Last FM. It even supports headphone playback controls. And if you’re bored with simply listening to your tunes,the application can also automatically download song lyrics. What’s more, the app also allows you to fix incorrect metadata with its built-in tag editor. In future releases, the developer is planning on adding a unique feature called Moods, which will allow you to select songs based on your current emotions.
This free and innovative player can be found in its application thread.
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